Manoj Kohli is named non-executive chairman of the board by Elara Capital.

Bharti Airtel International CEO Manoj Kohli speaks in Lusaka June 24, 2010. India's Bharti Airtel will spend $150 million to improve its network in Zambia, as the mobile-phone operator challenges MTN Group for dominance in fast-growing Africa. REUTERS/Mackson Wasamunu (ZAMBIA - Tags: BUSINESS) - RTR2FOGN
Preeti Bali / 10:46 am / March 8, 2024

Manoj Kohli, the former Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer of Airtel and the preceding country head of Softbank India, Softbank Group International, has been appointed as the non-executive chairman of the board at Elara Capital India.

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With a history of holding executive positions across the globe, Kohli played a pivotal role in expanding Softbank’s presence in the Indian digital startup sector during his tenure as the country head. Before this, he served as the Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bharti Airtel.

Elara Capital, a comprehensive investment bank, was established to facilitate corporate expansion in burgeoning markets.

“Manoj’s extensive business and leadership acumen will significantly enhance Elara Capital’s business focus. His guidance will be priceless in reinforcing our client offerings and realizing our growth aspirations,” stated Raj Bhatt, Chairman and Chief Executive of Elara Capital.

About Elara Capital

Elara Capital is a globally-operating firm owned by its employees, concentrating on emerging markets. Elara, which was founded, is now a leader in international finance and cross-border transactions. Its offices are located in Ahmedabad, Delhi, London, Mumbai, New York, and Singapore.


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